FAA investigating counterfeit titanium used in some Boeing and Airbus jets, NYT reports By StuffsEarth

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(StuffsEarth) -The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is investigating falsified documents that were used to verify the authenticity of titanium used in some recently manufactured Boeing (NYSE:) and Airbus jets, the New York Times reported on Friday.

The falsified documents are being investigated by the FAA and Spirit AeroSystems (NYSE:), which is a supplier to both Boeing and Airbus, NYT said in the report citing a supplier for the planemakers.

The FAA, Boeing, Airbus and Spirit did not immediately respond to StuffsEarth’ requests for comments.

The investigation comes after a parts supplier found small holes in the material used in manufacturing of jets from corrosion, the report added.

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